Model Railroad Photos

Here is a place for Penn Central modelers to show off their skills. If you would like to see your PC model displayed here, contact me and let me know.

Walt Gay's Alco and EMDs

The following HO scale locomotives were built by Walt Gay:

Joe Werner's SW7

This picture of Joe Werner's HO scale PC SW7 9078 was taken on the Rochester Institute of Technology club layout at at the opening of a tunnel section built in honor of the defunct Rochester Subway. More information on the Rochester Subway can be found here. Photo by Otto Vondrak.

Brian Banna's locomotives

The following N scale locomotives were built and photographed by Brian Banna:

Dave Hopson's SD45

This is a picture of Dave Hopson's PC SD45 with working marker lights. Very impressive!

Steve Zadrozny's locomotives

The following HO scale locomotives were built and photographed by Steve Zadrozny:

Chip Syme's PC gondola

Chip Syme sent in this photo of an HO scale gondola that he built.

Paul Anderson's locomotives

These HO scale locomotives were built by Paul Anderson.

Mike Menexis' G gauge equipment

Here are three photos of Mike's PC/NYC equipment operating on his G scale patio layout:

Glenn Rush HO models

Glenn Rush sent in photos of a FP7 in the enginehouse and a custom-painted PC boxcar.

Ron Lutton's HO models

Ron models the former NYC lines between Minerva and Piney Fork, Ohio. Here are some pictures from his layout:

Here are also six action views of his layout:

Gregg Benedict's N models

Here are some N scale PC locomotives by Gregg Benedict:

Pete Trunk's O models

These are some O scale models built by Pete Trunk:

Ricky Rupp's G models

Ricky sent this picture of a 40 foot PC boxcar. He used Poly S paint and his own brand (Modern Rails "G" Cals) decals on the car. The car is an AristoCraft 1:29 car.

Ricky also built this 1:29 scale sand hopper from an AristoCraft model and painted with Polly-S paint and lettered with decals he created himself using an Alps printer.

Gene Fusco's HO models

Award-winning modeler Gene Fusco has several Penn Central and predecessor road models on his model photo page.

Marty Kaufman's models

Here are some of Marty Kaufman's amazing Penn Central models. Some of these are lettered with his own custom decal sets.

Brian Sullivan's PC layout

Here is a photo of a PC train, led by a GP30, on Brian's layout. The scale is unknown.



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